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Old 10-11-2013, 07:45 PM   #1
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Reef to freshwater tank

So today, I was looking at my 55 and realized how small it is, not length wise but depth wise. So sticking with a 4ft tank, I wanted something deeper and decided a 90 would be good. I recently picked up an older 135 gallon tank but its pretty heavy and I don't wanna risk over 2000 lbs on 2 joist. Anyhow, my friend has a 90 reef tank he said he would trade me for the 135.

Question is, how bad is it to switch to a freshwater planted tank? How would I clean it?
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Old 10-11-2013, 09:35 PM   #2
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Real easy, All it takes is alittle elbow grease. It will clean up fine. If you arnt in rush fill it with water and do alittle time each day over the week until perfect or you get it how you want it. A razor blade on anything stuck and some white or wine vinegar will soften up hard water stains ect.
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